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reauterry

07:54AM | 04/12/06
Member Since: 02/23/04
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Yes I have some wine bottles and would like to take off the labels so I can use the bottles for other uses. I have tried razor blades,hot water,goo be gone is their an easier way that any body knows.Terry

doug seibert

02:37AM | 04/14/06
Member Since: 08/10/02
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http://www.stratsplace.com/how_label.html

reauterry

06:03AM | 04/26/06
Member Since: 02/23/04
56 lifetime posts
This message is for k2 just to let you know I have not tried the ammonia on the wine labels but I will wait till I get about a dozen in a week or less you asked me to let you know so when I try I will give you the results. I will be getting in touch within a week. Terry

reauterry

07:58AM | 04/27/06
Member Since: 02/23/04
56 lifetime posts
This message is for K2 I tried the ammonia and the most work was pouring the ammonia out of the bottle. I ran about 4 inches of water in the sink and poured just enough to turn the bottle and then let a small amout out not much. Then I let the bottles sit for 5 minutes then with the help of my finger nails they just peeled off. I had 2 different tyes of bottles so their were more glue on the one but was still easy thanks a lot.Terry

reauterry

08:27AM | 04/27/06
Member Since: 02/23/04
56 lifetime posts
I've got a Reisling going and a Lambrusco that should be done in about a week to a week in a half the last batch was Zinvandal Rose' no I am not in a club just a little hobby I like to do Thanks again Terry
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